A Trickle of Cerulean Tears
A Trickle of Cerulean Tears, Acrylic on paper, 650 x 800 mm
Above the Sky was Piercingly Blue
Above the Sky was Piercingly Blue, Oil on Board, 200 x 300 mm
Passage East Rock Sketch no.1
Passage East Rock Sketch no.1, Crayon and watercolour, A3
Stormy Sketch at Passage East
Stormy Sketch at Passage East, Acrylic on Paper, A1
Copper Coast Sketch no.1
Copper Coast Sketch no.1, Acrylic on paper, A2
Maypark Woods Sketch no.1
Maypark Woods Sketch no.1, Water colour on paper, A3
Sketch at Maypark Woods no.2
Sketch at Maypark Woods no.2, Water colour on Paper, A3
Maypark woods Sketch no.3
Maypark woods Sketch no.3, Water colour on Paper, A3
Gorse covered Riverbank
Gorse covered Riverbank, Acrylic on Paper, A1
Dazzling Virtuosity
Dazzling Virtuosity, Oil on Wood, 200 x 300 mm
Blowhole at Dunmore East
Blowhole at Dunmore East, Acrylic on Paper, A1
Few People Remember the Heartbreak of Your Past
Few People Remember the Heartbreak of Your Past, Acrylic, 500 x 700 mm

Artist Barry Edwards, Waterford

Over the past two years I have been thoroughly engaged in a personal regeneration of my art.I spend many hours sketching and drawing along the River Suir Waterford shoreline near where I live, Passage East, Crooke, Woodstown and Dunmore East. I love to work on several pieces at once and it is often the element of accidental encounter that inspires me.I have now started to work from the smaller paintings, sketches and memories acquired to make larger works in the studio. 'Reverie' was the first of these.

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